Ksana Health receives the University of Oregon Venture Launch Grant to accelerate launch

We are grateful and excited to receive a venture launch grant from our original home base – the University of Oregon! The research that supports Ksana Health products was done at the Center for Digital Mental Health, and Dr. Nick Allen is an Ann Swindells Professor of Psychology and Director of Clinical Training at the University. Chuck Williams, UO Associate Vice President for Innovation said, “It is a core mission of the University of Oregon to help our faculty bring their innovations from academia to the people. We are especially excited to help the Ksana Health team accelerate to market!” None of our work would have been possible without our partnership with the University of Oregon, and we are honored to continue our important work with their support. Go Ducks!

 

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Lindsay Fasser

2 September 2019

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